Our winter work programme is now in full swing with lots of work in our wonderful woodlands and a little bit on our grasslands too.
As you are probably aware, the Megan Jones Legacy enabled a project led by Mike Hayward to get under way providing nest boxes for kestrels.
Nearly 20 years ago, in the 1990s, 15.4ha of beautiful upland valley mire in mid Ceredigion was purchased by Marlene Matthews, in memory of her
We continued and finished our marsh fritillary larval web surveys on our rhos pasture sites- walking a transect through the grassland looking for the webs
With all this glorious weather the bracken and brambles have been growing tremendously so we’ve spend quite a few days clearing paths on several reserves:
Invasive species removal has continued in earnest this month with a joint work party pulling Himalayan balsam at Castle Woods in Carmarthenshire followed by a
This last month has mostly been about maintaining and cutting the paths on various reserves: Coed Simdde Lwyd; Penderi Cliffs; Cors Ian; Old Warren Hill.
We cordially invite you to be our guest… Off the beaten track, nestled in the heart of the beautiful Welsh Wildlife Centre & Teifi Marshes